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26 Thursday, July 24, 1997 Pahrump Va|icy Gazette Legals I NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to NRS 244.360, a public hearing will be held by .the Nye County Board of County Commis- sioners ("Board"), on the 5th day of August, 1997, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock p.m., in the Commissioners' Cham- bers, Nye County Courthouse and William P. Beko Justice Complex, 101 Radar Road, Tonopah, Nevada, for the pur- pose of considering a written complaint with the Nye County Clerk, alleging the existence of certain nuisances (as defined by IRS 40.140) in the Unincorporated Town of Pahrump. NRS 40.140derines a "nui- sance" as "anything which is injurious to health, or inde- cent and offensive to the senses, or an obstruction to the free use of property, so as to interfere with the comfort- able enjoyment of life or prop- effl'y." On the 27th day of June, 1997, a letter of complaint, signed by Steve M. Maison, Battalion Chief, Pahrump Fire Department, was filed with the Nye County Clerk, alleg- ing the following nuisances to be located in Pahnanp: 1. At the corner of Lola Lane and Black Street. Pahr- ump, #P# 35-171-25. locamd on real  owned by David Philip and Deborah lean Green. whose mailin address is 785 35th Avenue. Vernon. British Columbia. oecun- ing dnm of unknown liquid (preliminarily believed to be cooking oil, but labeled as Metlml),ieaking intotbe soil; piles of vehicle tires; amYor otherimrroty disposed rob- bish, traslx detris and . 2,At thecomerofl.iaLane and White Sweet. Pahrump. AP# 35-171-26. located on real  owned by the Nye County Treasurer. as Trustee (taken for taxes from Gordon Odis. whose mailing address is 4026 Cottonseed Court. North Las Vegas. Ne- vada 89031): Decomposing drumsofunknown liquid (pre- liminarily believed to be cook- ing oil, but labeled asMethanol), leaking into the soil; piles ofvebicle tires; and/ or other improperly disposed rubbish, trash, debris and gar- bage. 3.blfr the corner of Lola Lane and White Street. Pahr- ump. AP# 35-171,27.1teated on real pm_tmrty_ owned by Matthew Stephen and Karen L, Parker. whose mailing ad- dress is 4026 Cottonseed Court. North Las. Nevada 89031." Decomposing drums of unknown liquid (prelimi- narily believed to be cooking oil, but labeled as Methanol), leaking into the soil; piles of vehicle tires: and/or other im- properly disposed rubbish, trash, debris and garbage. 4. blear the corner of Lola Lane and Whim streeL Pahr- ump. AP #35-163-25. located on real pro_Derty owned by Robert G. Wiley. whose mail- iPg address is 2132 Sierra Height Drive. Las Vegas. Nevada 89134: Decomposing drums of unknown liquid (pre- liminarily believed to be cook- ing oil, but labeled as Metha- nol), leaking into the soil; piles of vehicle tires; and/or other improperly disposed rubbish, trash, debris and garbage. 5. Near the corner of Lola Lane and White Street. Pabr- ump. AP# 35-163-26. located on real _m'operty owned by Morgan Russell. Inc.. whose mailing address is 303 W, St. louis. Las Vegas. Nevada 89102." Decomposing drums of unknown liquid (prelimi- narily believed to be cooking oil, but labeled as Methanol), leaking into the soil; piles of vehicle tires; and/or other im- properly disposed rubbish, trash, debris and garbage. 6. At the corner of Lola Lane and White Street. Pahr- ump. AP# 35-163-27. located On real pro_oerty owned by Qordon Odis. whose mailing address is 4026 Cottonseed Court. North Las Vegas. Ne- Decomposing drums ofunlmownliquid (ixe- liminmily believed to becook- ing oil, but labeled as Metha- nol), leaking intothe soil;#les of vehicle tires; and/or other improperly disposed rubbish, trash, debris and garbage. 7. Near the coruer of Lola Lane and Shady Lane. Pahr- ump. AI 35-163-02. located on real _m'opc owned by $n iin and Mary_ Uetmten. WhOse mailing address is 1669 Hoobeno Street. Pearl City_. Decomposing drams of unknown liquid (pre- liminarily believed to be cook- ing oil, but labeled as Metha- nol), leaking into the soil; p'P's of vehicle tires; and/or oth,.," improperly disposed rubbish, Wash, debris and garbage. 8. At the comer of Lola Lane and Shady Lane. Pabr- ump. At 35-163-01. located on real property owned by Donald A. Logan and Isobel D, Fraser. whose mailing ad- dressisP.O.Box 131.Cottam. Ontario. Canada NOR 1B0: Decomposing drums of un- known liquid (preliminarily believed to be cooking oil, but labeled as Methanol), leaking into the soil; piles of vehicle tires; and/or other improperly disposed rubbish, trash, de- bris and garbage. Pursuant to NRS 244.360 (1),on July 1,1997,theCounty Clerk informed the Board re- garding the complaint; and the Board thereafter fixed the above-noticed dale, time and place to hear the proof of the complainant and of the owner or occupants of the real prop- erty whereon the alleged nui- sances are claimed to exist. The Board will proceed to hear the complaint and any opponents at the above-fixed date, time and place. The Board may adjourn the hear- ing from time to time, not III IIlll III exceeding 14 days in all. At the hearing, the Board shall receive the proofs offered to establish or controvert the facts set forth in the complaint, and on the final hearing of the complaint, the Board shall by resolution determine whether or not the alleged nuisances exist and, if one or more of them does exist, order the per- son or persons responsible for such nuisances to abate the same. If the order is not obeyed within five days after service of a copy upon the person or persons responsible for the nuisance, the Board shall cause the abatement of the nuisance and make the cost of abatement a special assess- ment against the real prop- erty. The special assessment may be collected at the same time and in the same manner as ordinary county taxes are collected, and shall be subject to the same penalties and the same procedures and sale in case of deliqueney as provided for ordinary county taxes. All laws applicable to the levy, col- lection and enforcement of coenty taxes shallbe applicable to sw, h special assessment. Any person desiring to be beardregardingthe abovecom- plaint is invited to attend and speak on the issue. Dated this 2nd day of July, 1997 Juanita "Arm" Robb, Nye County Clerk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Nye County Board of Commissioners Publish: 7/24/97, 7/31/ pUBLIC NOTICE On July 2, 1997, James R. Marsh dba Amargosa Valley Broadcasters ten- dered to the Federal Com. municatiom Commission an application for a permit to construct a new FM broad- cast station on Channel 266A in Amargosa Vaney, Nevada. The station will operate with an effective radiated power of 6.0 kilo- watts and an antenna height above ground of 117 meters, with its transmitter located .7 km west of State Highway 373 at 1900 E. Farm Road in Anmrgosa Valley and with its studios located at the Longstreet Inn, Casino and RV Park on State Highway 373 in Amargosa Valley. A copy of the application is available for public inspec- tion during normal business hours at the office of the controller at the Longstreet Inn, Casino and RV Park. Publish: 7/17/97, 7/24/97, 7/ 31/97 NOTICE OF NYE COUNTY'S INTENTION TO SELL CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to NRS 244.281(2), that the Nye County Board of Commis- sioners ("Board"), pursuant to NRS 244.281 (I) (b), intends to sell the following County- IIII I I III owned property through a li- censed real estate broker: AP #08-271-06: Parcel A, file map# 190397. Located within Section 1, Township 2 North, Range 42 East. 2.75 acres. An offer for the above-de- scribed property has been re- ceived by the Board, in the amount of Eighty-Two Thou- sand Five Hundred Dollars ($82,500.00), the minimum sales price previously set by the Board. That offer was brought to the Board by Trish Rippie, dba Trish Rippie Re- alty, Inc., a licensed real es- tate broker. Ms. Rippie will be han- dling the proposed sale of the above-described property. Any person who is interested in purchasing the said prop- erty is invitedto uegotiate with Ms. Rippie regarding making an offer. New offers on the said property will be accepted by Ms. Ripple, for convey- ance to the Board, until noon, Monday, August 4,1997. The Board will consider and may make a final decision to sell the said property at its meet- ing on Tuesday, August 5, 1997. Offers must to be made on standard offer to purchase forms, and must be accompa- nied by a ten percent (10%) earnest money deposit which will be fully refundable in the event that the offer is not ac- cepted. Otherwise, the car- nest money will be applied to the buyer's down payment. The earnest money deposit is to be held in the broker's trust account until an offer is ac- cepted by the Board, at which time it will be deposited into escrow. The amount of each new offer received by Ms. Rippie will be revealed to all previ- ous offerors on the said prop- erty, so that they may im- prove their offers. The offer which may be accepted will be the cash or term offer which produces the highest net return to the County. All offers must be at the list price (appraised value) or higher to be considered. For the purpose of this sale, a cash equivalency factor of ninety-five (95%) will be used in comparing cash and terms offers. For example, if two bids are received for the parcel, and they each are in the amoum of $20,000, but one if for all cash and the other for terms, the terms of- fer will be given a cash equivalency value of $19,000, and the cash offer will be deemed to be the higher of the two. Offers may require financ- ing by the County, providing that the down payment is at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the purchase price. The buyer will execute a note and deed of trust in favor of the County, including an in- terest rate fixed for the term of the loan at one percent (1%) over the Wall Street Journal published prime in- terest rate current at he time of acceptance of the offer by the Board. The term of the loan may not exceed ten (10) years. Once an offer finally has been accepted by the Board, an escrow will be opened with a local escrow company which will prepare the docu- ments and order a policy of title insurance. The County and the buyei" will split the escrow fee; the County will pay the cost of title insurance and preparation of the deed; and the buyer will pay the cost of preparing the note and deed of trust. Datedthis 15thdayofJuly, 1997. Publish: 7/17/97, 7/24/97, 7/31/97 NOTICE OF V ACANCIEB There cmnt exists four va- cancies on the Parks and Rec- reation Commission. These vacancies had been held by two.Pahrump residents, one Beatty resident and one Round Mountain resident. These vacancies are four-year terms which will expire the end of June 2001. The Board of Nye County Commission- ers is requesting resume- qualification letters from per- sons interested in filling these vacancies. Please submit re- sume-qualirication letters to the Nye County Clerk's Of- rice, P.O. Box 1031, Tonopah, Nevada 89049, no later than 5:00 p.m., Tues- day, August 12, 1997. Publish 7//24/97, 7/31/97 NOTICE CALLING FOR BIDS The Nyy County School Dis- trict, Tonopah, Nevada, will receive sealed bids at the Southern District Office to provide Air Conditioning Upgrade for Rosemary Clarke Middle School, 2000 S. Mt. Charleston Blvd. in Pahrump, Nevada. The Bid- der shall be fully responsible for all labor, materials, and equipment necessary for completing the air condition- ing upgrade. All materials are FOB job site, in acordance with Construction Docu- meats. Construction Docu- ments will be available for distribution, July 24, 1997, at the Nye County School Dis- trict, Maintenance & Opera- tions Office and the office of the Architect. Bids will be received until 3:00 p.m. on August 8, 1997. All received bids will be opened publicly at 3:00 p.m. on August 8, 1997, at the Southern Dis- trict Office. Successful bid- der will be notified of the bid award within ten (10) work- ing days. Bids shall be sub- mitted in a sealed envelope and delivered to the follow- ing address: Nye County School District Southern Of- rice, 484 South West St., Parhump, Nevada 89048. The envelope must be marked, "Rosemary Clarke Middle School - Air Conditioning Upgrade". Bid specification and forms may be obtained by contact- ing the Nye County School District Maintenance & Op- erations Office, 601 East Calvada, Pabrump, Nevada 89048 (702) 727-2459 and/ or the office of the Architect at 3111 S. Valley View Blvd., #B-205, Las Vegas, NV 89102 (702) 36%6094. Prospective Bidders may in- spect the facility between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, call 702-727-2459 for an ap- pointment. The Board of Trustees of the Nye County School District reserves the right to reject any and all proposals or ac- cept the proposal which is deemed by the Nye county School District to be in the best interest of the Nye County School District. The Nye County School District also reserves the right to waive any irregularities and/ or informalities in the sub- mitred Bid Forms and Bid Proposals. BOARD OF TRUSTEES NYE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Richard Scanlan, Clerk Attest: Geraldine Harge, Su- perintendent Nye County School District Publish: 7/24/97 NOTICE OF NONRESPONSIBILITY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: GOLDFIELD GROUP PUB- LISHERS, a Nevada corporation,will not be re- sponsible for any debts in- curred on behalf of GOLD- FIELD GROUP- PUBLISH- ERS, a Nevada corporation, by MR. ROBERT LOWES after the 13th day of April, 1997. DATED this 17th day of June, 1997 "GOLDFIELD GROUPPUB- USHERS, a Nevada corpo- ration By JOE RICHARDS. sole Stockholder By MARIE LAPRIORE President Publish 7/24/97 - 8/28/97 NOTICE Pursuant to NRS 244.085 (5), the Nye County Board of Commissioners will hold its second meeting of August on Ttesday, August 19, 1997, at the Bob Ruud Community Center located at 160 & East Basin Road Pahrump, Nevada. The meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. Publish:7/24/97, 7/31/97